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Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott has a new tattoo and it's on his entire leg.

In Photos: Cowboys stars Dak Prescott shows off massive new leg tattoo

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott has talked about his love of tattoos in the past. He has always openly displayed his tattoos, especially the ones he has gotten in honor of his late mom.

On Tuesday evening, Andres Ortega, a Frisco, Texas tattoo artist who owns Ortega Ink, shared pictures of the quarterback's latest tattoo on Instagram.


As mentioned in the caption, Ortega and his team spent a total of 10 hours completing Prescott's full-sleeve tattoo. In some of the photos on Instagram, the quarterback can be seen designing the tattoo beforehand and even while he was getting it.

Dak Prescott before and during the process of getting his newest tattoo on his leg.

The full sleeve on his leg has many different types of art on it. There even appears to be a Daffy Duck cartoon and a moose. There is also a city skyline with a sign that reads "Pine Creek Estates - A Mobile Home Community." The latter pays homage to where Dak Prescott grew up in Louisiana.

Photos of Dak Prescott's new leg tattoo show a moose and even the word "Faith" inscribed toward the bottom.

The word "Faith" is inscribed near his ankle. He has said many times in the past that faith is something that he lives by on a daily basis. While this new leg tattoo is clearly his largest, it also has a special meaning for the quarterback.

What did Dak Prescott say to Brandin Cooks after WR was traded?

The Dallas Cowboys have been looking to add another powerful wide receiver to their offense, and this week the team made a trade for veteran wide receiver Brandin Cooks from the Houston Texans.


Prescott called Cooks shortly after the trade was finalized. He apparently told him how much he admires the way he plays and how excited he is to get to work with him.

“He was excited. He said he can’t wait to get to work. He said he has a lot of respect for my game. He said he’s looking forward to having me as part of the group,” Brandin Cooks said.

With the departure of tight end Dalton Schultz and wide receiver Noah Brown, the Dallas Cowboys were looking for a steady wide receiver behind CeeDee Lamb, and they believe Cooks is that player. He will now go from a team that was attempting a rebuild to a contender.

Edited by
Windy Goodloe
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